Stella wants Scar­lett to have a la­tex wed­ding

The Jewish Chronicle - - FEATURES - LARA LEW­ING­TON

SCAR­LETT JO­HANS­SON may not have set the date yet for mar­riage to ac­tor Ryan Reynolds, but plans for the dress are well ad­vanced. At least, that’s what Stella McCart­ney is hop­ing. The celebrity fash­ion de­signer — and daugh­ter of Sir Paul McCart­ney — is des­per­ate to be the one to cre­ate Jo­hans­son’s wed­ding ensem­ble, and al­ready has a par­tic­u­lar look in mind. Strangely, that look in­volves a lot of black la­tex, which she be­lieves would be per­fect for the oc­ca­sion. McCart­ney, who de­signed Madonna’s dress when she wed Guy Ritchie in 2000, says: “I’m def­i­nitely do­ing her wed­ding dress — but she doesn’t know it yet. I am think­ing of some kind of dodgy, black thing. La­tex!”

Bri­tain’s Got Tal­ent judge Piers Morgan has been telling of his ex­pe­ri­ences at Sir Alan Sugar’s big bash to cel­e­brate 40 years of mar­riage to wife Ann. Morgan’s ac­count of the oc­ca­sion, which fea­tured in The Mail on Sun­day, re­vealed an ex­am­ple of the Sugar wit. Ap­par­ently, the ty­coon was rem­i­nisc­ing about the time he sent his wife a birth­day card, sign­ing it “Best wishes, Sir Alan Sugar”. His ex­cuse for writ­ing in such a for­mal way was that it had been a “busy day in the of­fice”. He then went on to ex­plain: “I apol­o­gised and ran through loads of things I could buy her to make up for my mis­take. Do you want a new dress I asked? No. A new watch? No. A car? No.” Sir Alan told of how she an­grily snapped that she wanted “a bloody di­vorce”. He re­called his re­ac­tion: “Sorry, I wasn’t think­ing of spend­ing that much.”

In a bizarre out­burst, Sarah Jes­sica Parker has said the at­ten­tion she gets from pho­tog­ra­phers fol­low­ing her makes her feel cheap. The Sex And The City star, cur­rently pro­mot­ing the movie based on the TV show, which pre­miered in Lon­don this week, has said that “thug” snap­pers fol­low­ing her have left her feel­ing trou­bled. “I feel like I’m like the town trol­lop. It makes me feel ashamed of my work. And I’m not. But I’m at­tached to this cul­ture now in a way that it’s kind of vul­gar. And I feel cheap­ened.” Vul­gar? Cheap? Don’t know about SJP, but the film doesn’t sound promis­ing.

It ap­pears like that one of the most wor­ry­ing pop col­lab­o­ra­tions pos­si­ble is about to take place — Amy Wine­house is join­ing forces with Pete Do­herty. The Babysham­bles front­man and re­cent prison in­mate has said that, while he was banged up, his band­mate, Mik Whit­nall, and the skinny songstress have “been work­ing on ma­te­rial”. Maybe the newly drugfree Do­herty will end up be­ing a good in­flu­ence on the Re­hab singer. Stranger things have hap­pened — not many, though. Mean­while, the owner of a den­tal lab­o­ra­tory in Utah is of­fer­ing celebrity tooth tat­toos fea­tur­ing none other than Wine­house, who is much tat­tooed her­self. Just imag­ine, you could have a tat­too of Amy’s

tat­toos, on your teeth.

The Bound ac­tress Gina Ger­shon got in shape for 1996 movie by beat­ing up Bob Dylan in the gym. Her trainer in­tro­duced her to Dylan, who is a long­time closet boxer, and the pair slugged it out ev­ery Thurs­day un­til Ger­shon was ready to star in the raunchy movie. And she re­vealed she had the up­per hand on the then55-year-old singer-song­writer: “He’s small. We’re the same size… I caught him on the jaw. He went down like he was out cold. But, as he lay there, he said: ‘Just what I need. A good wo­man to kick my butt’.”

Star Trek star William Shat­ner re­veals how, as a young in­no­cent newly ar­rived in New York, he hastily left a club af­ter he felt a strange hand brush his knee. Pre­sum­ably Scot­tie beamed him up. Lara Lew­ing­ton is Five News show­busi­ness and weather pre­sen­ter

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Stella McCart­ney: la­tex pro­posal

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